British Columbia’s COVID-19 cases are creeping up again with the province reporting the highest numbers in a month.
Health officials reported 89 cases of COVID-19 Thursday, figures last seen in mid-June.
In a news release, officials say the total number of active infections in B.C. is 781 and there have been no new deaths.
There are 53 people are in hospital with 15 in intensive care.
Health officials say there are two outbreaks in the Fraser Health region, in an acute care facility and a long-term home.
Officials say more than 80 per cent of those eligible have received their first vaccine dose, while 57 per cent are fully vaccinated.
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